Jiaozuo, China – 08 April 2021: Lomon Billions returns to Chinaplas next week to promote its range of high-performance LOMON™ and BILLIONS™ titanium dioxide (TiO₂) pigments for plastics. Meet the company’s TiO₂ pigment experts in Hall 16, booth G39 to find out what benefits Lomon Billions’ TiO₂ pigments can deliver. “We’re looking forward to Chinaplas 2021,” says Julie Reid, marketing director. “The 2020 event was postponed due to COVID_19, so it will be good to have an opportunity to meet our plastics customers face-to-face again.”
Lomon Billions makes its titanium dioxide pigments using the sulfate process and the chloride process. “One of our best-selling sulfate-process pigments for plastics is LOMON™ LR-108 pigment,” says Julie. “It’s been specially designed for the masterbatch and compounding industries. It’s an alumina treated rutile titanium dioxide pigment that disperses easily in polyolefins, with minimal effect on melt flow index, so that even masterbatch with high TiO₂ concentration can produce film with high opacity and whiteness. We recommend LOMON™ LR-108 pigment for plastics applications that require high thermal stability. LR-108 is designed with a hydrophobic surface that acts as a barrier to help prevent the pigment from absorbing moisture from the air.”
Lomon Billions also manufactures BILLIONS™ BLR-688 TiO₂ pigment using the sulfate process. “BLR-688 is particularly suitable for exterior plastics,” says Julie. “We recommend 688 for interior and exterior profile and pipe applications, and for weatherable polyolefin film, engineering plastics and hot-melt traffic paint.”
Latest chloride-process TiO₂ pigment for plastics
The company’s latest TiO₂ pigment for plastics is BILLIONS™ BLR-886 pigment, a rutile titanium dioxide pigment for plastics produced by the chloride process. It is designed to deliver bright, white color with excellent processability and lacing resistance. The company recommends BLR-886 for polyolefin masterbatch applications, high-temperature extrusion coatings and cast films, and engineering plastics. “Our pigments are trusted by formulators worldwide,” says Julie. “We’ve grown our chloride-process production capacity significantly over the last few years which has given us the opportunity to work with our customers to develop new chloride-process TiO₂ pigments like BLR-886.”
Visit the Lomon Billions TiO₂ pigment experts at Chinaplas in Hall 16, booth G39 from 13 – 16 April to find out more about the company and its TiO₂ pigments. Contact email@example.com to make an appointment in advance.
Lomon Billions is an established and dynamic titanium dioxide (TiO₂) pigment manufacturing business with a strong and expanding global presence. We manufacture high performance TiO₂ pigments using both the chloride and the sulfate process. Our TiO₂ pigments are key ingredients used to produce an enormous range of products including paints, plastics, inks and paper. Our prominent LOMON™ and BILLIONS™ pigment brands are recognized worldwide. We are currently ranked 3rd in the world and 1st in Asia in terms of TiO₂ pigment production capacity. Lomon Billions has been manufacturing TiO₂ pigment for over 30 years. We have five established TiO₂ pigment production sites in four locations in China: Jiaozuo, Henan Province; Deyang, Sichuan Province; Xiangyang, Hubei Province and Chuxiong, Yunnan Province. Lomon Billions also owns an ilmenite mine in Panzhihua, Sichuan Province, an important raw material in TiO₂ production. Lomon Billions’ global headquarters and 12,000m2 technology center are in Jiaozuo. We have regional offices in North America and in Europe. The company is listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange: Shenzhen 002601.
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